Circularity: How To Get Started in Supply Chain at Any Tier
Sustainability and Circularity
The methods discussed in this whitepaper are a hybrid of life cycle thinking and a detailed process-based approach to examining the entire operations from raw material extraction to manufacturing, transportation, distribution, customer use, and end of life. In addition to examining the processes, we also briefly touched on how to measure your target's progress over time. Since circularity will need much adjustment and fine-tuning over an extended time, you will need an easy way to create a dashboard of your progress and KPI metrics to keep you on track.
So why is this ultimately important?
Prepare the Preliminary Hierarchical Process Map
What Processes Should You Map?
Using Process Maps for Waste Reduction
Robert B. Pojasek
Denice Viktoria Staaf
Executive Member, EREB
Education and Research Executive Board
VCARE Academy Inc.
Dr. Pojasek is best known for his use of the international “high-level structure” that is used to integrate international standards for use at the corporation, its operating facilities, and the suppliers to operate a risk management and sustainability system.
Denice has worked with various organizations in the fields of the supply chain, manufacturing processes, and raw material sourcing in life cycle analyses and sustainable management consulting. She has over two decades of hands-on experience in sustainability in manufacturing organizations working in organizations globally.